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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 21 December 1939

INTRAMURALS IW9ATION THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY. DECEMBER SI, ltN JffitiBSl JK386DS2* Sportsman Takes Quartet of Eagle Trackman to Sugar Ridoouts, Jackson, Tarry Plan to Laava December 27 College Gives Letters to 17 Eagle Gridmen Three Men Receive Third Year Awards, Seven Get Second Seventeen members of the 1939 Lone Star champion Eagle foot- ball squad received letters, an- nounced Athletic Director Fouls. Six seniors, seven juniors, and Sportsman Says Men In Good Condition For Strong Opponents li) JOHN THOMASON The quartet of Eagle tracksters scheduled to compete in the Sugar 1 Howl meet has been completed. Choc Sportsman announced that Wilson Terry, the little sophomore Lockhart, will take over that Ramp 3 Wins 'Mural Race In Football Hicks' Ramp S Boys Hold Ramp 3 Tuesday To 13-13 Tie Gems By RANIIAIX SKELY With the title flat; already tucked Will Vie for Sugar Bowl Honors from —— , T. . fourth place alongside Johnny HW4|y in their war hair and nwd- Jackson and the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 21 December 1939

ily|;' jOHOHITIES ACTIVITIES THE CAMPU8 CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1989 gLUBS FRATERNITIES Thtlai. Talons Oo*n 10AO Social Soaton With Cm! A#1 A rm nvnv i/innwr" 1/■ nvi In Honor of E -Mombors Din* in Marquis Hall; Donee to Graham's Rhythms at Club The Talon fraternity's annual formal dinner darner honoring: ex members of the club will be (riven at Marquis hull and the Ponton Country Club, January fi Approxi- mately 2f> eaes are ex pre tad to at- tend. The dinner will be in the cry* tal room of Marquis hall at 7:80 o'clock, and the dance will be from H until 12 o'clock at the Country Club, where Floyd Graham'* Ace.t of Collegeland will play for danc ing- At the dinner. Ponald McDonald, president, will preside an toast- master, Ray Edwards, correspond- ing secietary. will (jive a toast to e\ members, and Francis Jones, ex-member, will give a response In the receiving line will be Mr. and Mrs I'tonald McDonald, Philip Maniie and guest. Kenneth Sampson, and Dr. and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 12 January 1940

The Campus Chat 18*0—Largest Stata-Supportad Taachar* CoJUga in ilia Unftad Sfata*—Half a Canfury of Progressiva Sarvtca fo Taxas and Itia Nation If40 T-'% ' FOURTEKNTH YKAR NUMBER 16 NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 1M0 Z780 BBS "TEUSfhoni Debate Institute Promises Dr. S. S. Smith |Join Acuity To Pa Successful, Says Ray Lectures Here Twanty-Thraa High Schools, 174 Students Already Enrolled Twenty-three high schools anil 174 students have already entered the debate tournament to be held here Friday and Saturday, January 1U-20, state* Dr. Joe M, Hay di- rector of the committee in charge of the debate institute. , Other members of the committee are Mr*. Olive Johnson, of the speech department, and Mullock Hyder, debate coach for the Col- lage. Thus far says Kay, the en- tries are considerably in excess of those of cither last year or the year before. I.unrh in Hall All of the students are to have luncheon in Marquis hall on both Friday and Saturda...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 12 January 1940

PAGE TWO ATHLETICS RECREATION THE CAMPUS ( HAT. DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 1940 INTRAMURALS PHYSICAL EDUCATION Shandsmen Meet Bobcats In League Tilt Here Next Monday Squad's First L.S.C. Game Played On Home Territory Ramp 3 Wins Pour Places On AII-'Mural Cats Have Four Returning Lettermen; Denton Has Seven Green and White Meet Lumberjacks Tonight Fancy Forward Playing their first conference game of the current season on home territory, ihc Kagles will engage the San Marcos Bobcats in u Basketball came Monday niIfht at the Harris* Gym. Only four lettermen from last .war's cellar-il welling team arc with the San Marcos crew this year, while the Kagles, who held down the fourth position in last year's final season standing, boast of seven returning lettermen. Kxpected to pace the Cats in Monday night's encounter will be Captain Lester Topperwein. while ( artei l.omax, one of the Bobcats' outstanding1 football players, and returning basketball letterman, Ivan Woods, and Fritz Le...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 12 January 1940

BOOKS THEATRE THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 1940 MUSIC MAMA «naiin Platter Parade By Joe McCabe 'Swanee River1 Thin week I .airy Clinton gives us an original, "Study in Scarlet," and his transcription of the famous Londonderry Air. The "A" nidi- i.-, played at a fas) swing with a hot trumpet, tenor sax, and clarinet solos combined with some new Clin ton ensemble riffs • The whole affair is molded into a swing cocktail of an increased heat from start to finish On the "H" side, the tempo is rcver e l, and • Terry Allen's baritone voice be comes the standout attraction. A lovely melody with interesting new words combine to make "Thi I My Sonic" a selection that will beat watching' , • Leo Keisman and his 20 piece ag gregal ion perform two more selec- tions from the broad way musical "DuBarry Was a I.ady." Both, of • course, are also productions of the witty Cole Porter pen. Gertrude Nil-sen is featured in the medium tempo pseudo-swing ballad, "When 1 V ve Beckoned...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 12 January 1940

PAGB FOUR OPINIONS THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 1940 EDITORIALS Th# Campus Chat Ed<itori*I) Wards Editorial Offices Manual Arto 107 .j - - .— Telephone 1242 By RAY EDWARDS Mad Stone Magic Rivals Blaclcstone Published by The Teacher* College Press Published weekly during the college year by the students of the North Texas State Teachers Col- lege Entered as second-class matter December 8, H>1«, at the post office at Denton, Texas, under the act of March 3. It*71?. Subscription Kates-, Delivered by Mail One college year $1.00 Advertising rates furnished on application. Right to decline any advertisement is reserved. Classi- fied advertisements, 2c per word per insertion. Member of Texas Intercollegiate Press Association Member of Associated Collegiate Press Editor kssociate Editor sport* Editor Sports Editor Business Manager Society Editor Ray Edwards Polly Anna Badgett Woodrow Pinkerton James McCary Raymond Kearby Mary Willard Columnists: Woodrow Pinkerto...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 12 January 1940

n i THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TEXAS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 12. 1940 Hu & CetOiHG fi KM MTiJMKNT FORUM HKAKS MRS. SHARP Mm, L. A Sharp, who recently visited Costa Rica, recalled her impressions of the country and her treatment by the natives in a lecture at the regular meeting1 of the Pan-American Forum last Wednesday evening. Woven articles, silver piece*, post cards, ami pictures illustrated her lecture, • (\ L. C. IIAS THEATRK PARTY The Current Literature Club en- tertuined lust Friday night with a theater party at the Texas thea- ter. Meeting at 7 o'clock at the Col- lege Club, the members went in n body to see "The Groat Victor Herbert." • (OLLKGf. HOI SKS HAVK DANCE A formal dance was helil by the College horses Wednesday, Jan. 10, at the recreation hall. Margaret Hunter, Christine Kn- ins, Ami White, Sarah Jane N'er- rell, Mrs. Johnnie Satterfield, and Mrs. Morris Hunter, sponsor, were in the receiving line. • t.UKKN J \< KF.TS PLAN PNRTY For their next regular meeting, on Jan...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 12 January 1940

SIX THE CAMPUS ( HAT, DENTON. TEXAS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 1940 ————————— I H't L««p Y#ar; Boyt Laarvt Art Of Good Cooking On thin Leap Year when th«- boy shyly Mv«pl« hiw girl'* proposal. *he won't be mfhing. "If he could only cook'" Not m Denton where the male element in the College demonstration high school get* a chance al a "for men only" class in honu-making. Planning their coitw around tin need* and interests of the nia- culine reaction, the boys scheduled as unit* for study. "Planning, Preparing. and.Serving Kim rtr< in Meals," "p r * p a r i n g Outdooi Meals." and "Entertaining Our Friends." According to Mrs. Charles Silk, instructor in the all male home ecu class, the boys go in for c;uan- ity, not frills in their culinary art. There is not * salad in sight on the boy*' menu, she nays for iv's he man food that get* their atten- tion. It's no sissy kitchen the men whip up their mealy in either The Denton expert* have built an out door barbecue pit. with the help of the In...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 19 January 1940

The Campus Chat I WO—L«f9 t S « -SupporUd TmcIww ColUg* In Hw United SW«« H«W « C«Mwy «f Proywiy Sfvic* H T—s t*4 # N «n—1«0 < FOURTEENTH YKAR NUMBER 16 NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY. JANUARY 19, 1940 *. i Z780 • • Debate Institute Convenes Here Today, Tomorrow Westminster Choir Comes Here For Concert Monday, January 22 v Dr. Bain Once Member* Of Outstanding Choral Organizaton When th " Westminster Choir, outstanding American choral >r- ganization, comes to the campus fur its appearance in concert, Mon- day January 22. a former member of its croup will be among campus not aides to greet it. Dr. Wilfred ('. Main, head of t,h< College music department, is a graduate of the famous Westmin- ster Choir and toured with the organization in 1931 in an ex- tensive series of fit! concerts in ,j'iin along the Atlantic seaboard. I'ioneca in Kirlri lie describes the choral organi- ,i ion a- "Pioneers in the field of \mcrican choral music," and points i.. its ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 19 January 1940

ATHLETICS RECREATION THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 19, 1940 INTRAMURALS PHYSICAL EDUCATION Sam Houston's Bearkats Battle Shands' Charges Here Tonight Kab Lett One; Eagle* Two Wt Conference Race Captain Havenhill 'Mural Play In A i f /(Vl AppruAirTiiTviy • w Men, If Teams Now in Action Br RANDALL 8EELY Piny in intramural basketball (rot into full swing this week with 19 team* and approximately 200 boy* participating, According to Di- rector Marvin Fenn, this is the largest number of participants in the intramural tournament in the school'a history. Some of the later games will have to be played at night, and Fenn announced that he hopes to create a great deal of interest among the student body for some of the better games. The 19 teams will play a round-robin schedule, with the four teams finishing high- est in the standing engaging in a •Shaughnessy play-off to decide the champion. The first game of the current season was reeled off Monday be- tween Tobin's Skyrock...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 19 January 1940

BOOKS mm. THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS. TODAY, JANUARY 19. 1M0 MU2£ j\ mu semen t Merry- (jo-Round by Lee Hinion t This Gulliv«r Is Toe Big for Watch Charm "The Hunchback of Notre Dame," one nf the most talked of screen achievements in a decade of outstanding Hollywood films, comes to the Texan screen Saturday mid- night, Sunday and Monday, with Charles Laugh ton giving a mag- nificent characterisation of the deformed cathedral bell-ringer of Notre Dame. Starring <n her llrst American film following her successful per- formance in the British-made "Ja- maica Inn," (another Laugliton lead), pretty young Maureen O'Hara, 19-year-old newcomer, gives u fine portrayal of the beau- tiful young dancing gypsy girl, Esmeralda, around whom the plot of the play revolves. The rctilming of Victor Hjgo's renowned novel, enacted in silent flickers by I,on Chancy, gives most of the present younger generation their first opportunity of seeing a life-like portrayal of the famous masterpiece. The ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 19 January 1940

OPINIONS THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS. FRIDAY, JANUARY 19, 1940 EDITORIALS Tk« Campus Chat Editorial OAeea Manual Art* 107 Telephone 1242 Published by The Tear her* College Frew Published weekly during the college year by the student* of th North Texas State Teacher* Col' lege. Entered as second-class matter December 8, 1016, at the post office at Denton, Texas, under the art of March 3, 1879. Subscription Kates, Delivered by Mail om railage year $1.00 Advertising rate* furnished on application. Right to decline any advert isement is reserved. Classi- fied advertisements, 2c per word per insertion. Member of Texas Intercollegiate ''res* Association Member of Associated Collegiate Press Represented by National Advertising Service, Inc. Editor Associate Editor Sports Editor Sports Editor Society Editor Ray Edwards Polly Anna Badgett Woodrow Pinkerton .lames McCary Mat y Willard Columnists: Woodrow Pi^kert hi. Virginia Paty, Betty Ann Fladger, and Joe McCabe. Reporters: Oneta Ashley,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 19 January 1940

Major Social Event Open to Public This Year Carpenter, Chapman, T Reddy, Micks, Sponsors Joins Faculty In Receiving Line Sponsoring the first formal all- college dunce of the new year, the Betu Alpha Kho Beta fraternity will tfive the lust social function open to the public for thin semes ter when the club holds its dance in the recreation building Saturday night front !t until l'J o'clock. The formal Saturday will be the second major social function for the organisation for this so The Betas sponsored their formal dinner dance De- It!. Approximately 25 ex. returned for the <..nner Tlu Re ceiOivi(j £t Texas Shew (He mester. annual eember memberi dance, (•r aha m Floyd Aces of orchest ra i I'lay Crahain and his popular Collegcland, official dance f the ('i. will furn ish music for dancing. Members "f the Beta Alpha Kho Beta fraternity will be distinguish ih| by the Beta black ribbon. In the receiving line will be Cordon Carpenter, president of the club, and Katherine Poole; Mrs. M...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 19 January 1940

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TBXA8, FRIDAY, JANUARY 19, 1940 $• Smith Speaks • Says Composer's Satire "Mmm tuiifnii11 Prof. 8. Stephenson Smith, edu- ettioMl counselor of the American Society of Composer*. Authors, and Publishers, in a lecture delivered Wednesday afternoon at the Col- lege pointed to Harold J Rome, composer of the music and lyrics of "Pins and Needles." us s potential candidate for the role of an Amer- ican Aristophanes for the national political scene. "Rome," said the speaker in his talk on "Broadway Tackles Poli- tics." "means business, has a sense of direction, and cuts deeply enough in his satire to merit much wider notice than he has yet re- wived." Not Adult Comedies The Hart-Kaufman musical com- edies such as "I'd Rather Be Right," are not adult comedy it) the real sense, Smith declared, since they fail to probe deeply enough in their mild and good-hu- mored satire. During his talk the speaker an- nounced the establishment of ASCAP Fellowship competition for com...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 26 January 1940

'H The Campus Chat 1190—Largest State-Supported Teachers CoHege in the United —Half a Century «f Proymiyi Service to Taxes end the Nation—1740 POURTEKNTH YEAR NUMBER 17 NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY. JANUARY 26. 1940 Z7S0 Ray Announces Round Winners For Institute Severe Weather Holds Down Attendance Number ' After three rounds of debate at the thirti annual high school debute institute held on the campus, Fri- day and Saturday, Jan. lit - iiO. four • irirls' teams and five boys' teams from North and East Texas were awarded special certificates of mer- it on the question of socialized medicine. Winning teams in the Denton institute included: (iirls' teams winning all 3 rounds: Brownwood A team, I leva Wells and Jessie Ju lia Mayo; Masonic Home A team. Jeanette Graham and Sutie Wil- liams; Derison H team, Virginia Rogers and Hetty Hagans; Wichita Kails A team, Alma Jean Keith and Betty Jo Junes. , .Girls' Teams (iirls' teams entering and win- ning two Satur...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 26 January 1940

OPINIONS THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY. JANUARY 26. 1940 EDITORIALS Ctat Manual Art* 10? Publish*) by TV Teacher# Celiac* Pr«u Publiahad vifklv during the college year by the studenta at the North Texas State Teacher# Col- Entered as aecondclaas matter December S. «, at the post office ,t Denton, Texa*. under act of Marrh .1, INT'.- ST. Subscription Rate*. Delivered by Mail One collate year 91.00 Advertising rate* furnished on application. Right to decline any advertisement is reserved, Classi- fied advertisement#, 2c per word per insertion. Member of Tekas Intercollegiate Press Association Member of Associated Collegiati Press Represented by National Advertising Service. Inc. Editor Associate Editor Sports Editor Struts Editor Society Editor Columnists: Woodrow Ray Edward# Tolly Anna Badgctt Wood row Pinkerton James McCary Mary Willard Pinkerton. Virginia Paty, Betty Ann Fladger and Joe Mclatx Reporters: Oneta Ashley. Myrtle Scale. Charle# Cox, Lee Hint on. John Thomason, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 26 January 1940

INTKAMUHALS PHYSICAL EDUCATION THE CAM PUB CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS. FRIDAY. JANUARY M. IMO « Vineyard's Rebels Crush Savage's Favorite Natives by 25 James, Viweyord Lead Teem; Wayne Park High Point Men • t • • • e Rideouts Leave For Eastern 'Track Meets Th*' Rideouts are headed Kast again. Wayne and Blaine left Tuesday afternoon for Boston where they will take part in a Knight* of Col- umbus indoor meet SaturdRy night, the first of a scheduled four ap pea unices for each of the famed North Texas twins. Three other hows are supposed to be made in the two weeks fol- lowing that, with the distance aces running in New York, Philadel • phia, and probably Baltimore. Blaine is due to face such men as (ilenn Cunningham, Chuck Fenake, Louis Zumperini, Archie San Ro- man i and Gene Veske Wayne will toe the starting line with John Borican, Charley Beetham, and Campbell Kane. In Boston Saturday -light, Blame will run the mile while his brother will be in the 1000-yard event. , On Saturday night, Fe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 26 January 1940

sml Years of a School Teacher's Lift THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS. FRIDAY. JANUARY 26. 1940 Garbo and Douglas iORORmil ACT! In kit ckaracteritatiofi «f Mr. to life the four iU|r> in ih<- life movie offer* much entertainment tured the four t |w of advance- In moth- -fjnudhyr of the old English achool master. and one • # the be t character men! in age of Ike old English Mr Otpi," Robert DmmI being* Coming in the ( ollriic thu*. the role* « f thr year. Vh v«- i pic- «choolma ler. 'Good-bye, Chips' Having it Done the Nay Way Is College Show For This Week "Good-bye, Mr. Chip*. ' the story of the life and reminiscence of a genial school master, starring Rob- ert Donat and Greer Garw>r.. will be the feature attraction at the College how Saturday night. Co- starring in the production are Terry Kilburn. John Mill*, and Paul von Hernried The plot concern* the ri e in character and wisdom of the school master of Brookfield, Mr. Chip- ping*. It relates the- tragic mis- haps. hopes, a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 9 February 1940

The Campus Chat 18*0 Largest State-Supported Teachers CoNe^ in the United States—HaH a Century of Progressive Service to Toms end the Notion—1940 FOURTEENTH YEAH NUMBER 18 NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON. TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1940 Z730 TELEPHONE Prominent Religious Loaders Come To Campus Next Week Religious Emphasis Week Being Sponsored By Council, College Father P. A Roy, president of Loyola University, New Orleans, ami president of the Southern As KiM'iation of Colleges and Sec- ondary Schools, will speak on "An Intellectual Approach to Religion" • Monday, February 12, at K p. in. in thi' library auditorium of the Col- lege. President Hoy's talk will open a four-day period of "religious em- phasis" on the campus of the Col- legi in which an outstanding Cath- olic priest, a Jewish rabbi, and a Protestant minister will partici- pate. I.efkowitz Here Rabbi David Lefkowitz of Temple Kmanu Kl, Dallas, and Dr. Henry Wade Du Rose of the Dal- las Highland Park Presbyteria...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 9 February 1940

PAGE TWO ATHLETICS RECREATION THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1940 INTRAMURAL PHYSICAL EDUCATION Lumberjacks Tackle Shandsmen in Harriss Gym Tuesday Night FWrtG.m. From Lo i. EagleslnvadeHuntsvilleBearkatsThereTonight Five Teems Undefaeted In 'Murals Both Teams Low In Conference Pennant Race Undefeated Ramp 3 Tag Football Machine Invading Harris* rym Tuesday night will be th«- Stephen F Austin Lumberjacks its they meet the Green and White hanke'eers in the second conference frame 011 home territory thi* season. NarofrdochcH, in n prc*s«a<«>n poll, was rated as the team to win th* conference, while Denton was voted t«> occupy fourth position However in the present standing both team* are fighting from about the same level as both have dropped three contests. Th< Axtnert have won over their conference opponents three times this year while the Kaples have only one win to their credit In their first meeting of the sea- son. the Jacks marched over the K a ...

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